SCOPE Co-Sponsored Online Trainings

The NCHERM Group Online Trainings is a new endeavor to provide quality, distance learning education and discussion opportunities to colleges and universities across the country and around the world.

The NCHERM Group and its affiliated associations, SCOPE, ATIXA and NaBITA, have identified experts from numerous fields to bring you quality online programs that address the most pressing needs in threat assessment, prevention education, sexual assault response, higher education legal issues, administrative best practices and risk management.

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Upcoming Online Trainings

Complying with the Campus SaVE Act Through Ongoing Educational Campaigns: Prevention Through Positive Media Messages
Best Practices in Program Evaluation

Trainings are 90 minutes each. Price is $349 per combination live event + access to a recording post-event.

Recent Online Trainings

Post-vention and Suicide Response
Fighting Mid-Semester Burnout and Stress
Doing Bystander Intervention Well: Seven Easy Steps
Managing the Suicidal Student on Campus
Seven Things We Can Do To End Hazing
Mandatory Reporters Under Title IX, Title VII and Clery/Campus SaVE
Issues of Gender Violence in LGBTQ Communities

Trainings are 90 minutes each. Price is $349 for 2014 trainings or $249.99 per recording for 2013 trainings.

Beginning in Spring 2014, all upcoming NCHERM Group Online Trainings purchases will include access to both the live event and access to a recording post-event. This new offering is in response to your requests that access to the recording be included with live event registration for future use.

Online Training recordings undergo a review and quality check before being made available for purchase or download.  This generally takes 7-10 days, at which point NCHERM Group staff will contact you with instructions on how to access a recording.

The revised pricing eliminates paying separately for a live registration and for a recording: with a single price point of $349, you receive both viewing options.  The single price point also applies to purchases of recordings of 2014 trainings. NaBITA or ATIXA member discounts still apply.  We look forward to improving your professional development experience.

Getting to Know the Campus SaVE Act – A Rapid Response Webinar on the VAWA Reauthorization

Co-sponsored by The NCHERM Group, the School and College Organization for Prevention Educators (SCOPE) and the Association for Title IX Administrators (ATIXA)

After years of legislative wrangling, Congress reauthorized a robust, expanded and much strengthened version of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) in late February. Included in the VAWA Reauthorization legislation is the Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act (Campus SaVE Act), whose Section 304 substantially amends the Higher Education Act of 1965 to impose SEVENTY (70) new provisions, disclosures and procedural protections. Is your campus ready?

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Issues of Gender Violence in LGBT Communities
Co-sponsored by ATIXA and SCOPE
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Registration Deadline is Tuesday, July 8th.

Date and Time: July 11th, 2014, 1-2:30pm EST

Presenter: Michelle Issadore, M.Ed.

Training Description

It has never been more important to ensure that your campus policies, procedures and prevention efforts are inclusive. With the passage and implementation of the Campus SaVE Act, as well as Title IX guidance, compliance questions are at an all-time high. Learn how to best serve all members of your campus community.

  • What is some model language with which to discuss LGBT gender violence?
  • What are the myths versus the facts on LGBT gender violence?
  • What does the research tell us in terms of statistics on this issue?
  • Why are reporting rates so low for member of LGBT communities?
  • How can support services better accommodate the needs of LGBT victims?
  • What are the best practice recommendations for being inclusive toward LGBT victims?
  • What are the common mistakes practitioners make when serving LGBT victims?
  • What are the special considerations for assisting LGBT victims?
  • How can outreach be better geared toward the LGBT population?
  • What are some tips for working with LGBT respondents?
  • What are the foundational resources to learn more on this topic?

Join Michelle Issadore as she answers all of these questions and more. This program will outline the practical and proactive steps campus staff can take to better understand, as well as prevent and respond to, gender violence in LGBT communities. Our presenter will draw on her years of advocate and trainer experience while providing guidance.

As an NCHERM Group Online Training, those participating will have access to the recording following the live event, in order to make the content available to additional staff and faculty. This allows your campus to watch the program on your terms and train staff and faculty as the need arises. The program includes a summary, access to the PowerPoint slides, a list of do’s and don’ts, additional online resources and questions for future discussion.

Who Should Attend:

  • VPSAs and Deans
  • General Counsel
  • Faculty and department heads
  • Academic affairs
  • Student tutoring staff
  • Academic advising staff
  • Student conduct officers
  • Counseling staff
  • Residential life staff
  • Disability services staff
  • Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) members
  • Prevention educators
  • Title IX Coordinators
  • Title IX Investigators
  • Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Office staff
  • Advocacy center staff
  • Health center staff

Click here to register.

Complying with the Campus SaVE Act Through Ongoing Educational Campaigns: Prevention Through Positive Media Messages
Co-sponsored by ATIXA and SCOPE
Click here to register.
Registration deadline is Monday, September 1st.

Date and Time: September 4th, 2014 from 1-2:30pm EST

Presenter:  Michelle Issadore, M.Ed. 

Training Description

The Campus SaVE Act requires that all campuses engage students and employees in ongoing educational campaigns related to sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, stalking and bystander intervention. This event will focus on how social norms and marketing campaigns can serve as prevention strategies. Methods for the creation, implementation and evaluation of campaigns will be explored and participants will be encouraged to consider ways to change community culture and norms through positive media messages.

  • What are some of the existing media campaigns on sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, and stalking?
  • How do you tailor a prevention message to an institutional culture?
  • How do you reach different styles of learners through educational campaigns?
  • How do you ensure that media images are inclusive of diverse persons and relationships?
  • What are some strategies for building upon educational campaigns, in terms of related programming and materials?
  • Who are some target audiences for media messages?

Join Michelle Issadore as she answers all of these questions and more. This program will highlight best practice recommendations, as well as offer insight into how to provide curricular infusion and strategically plan for your educational campaigns. Our presenter will draw on her years of practitioner and instructor experience while providing guidance.

As an NCHERM Group Online Training, those participating will have access to the recording following the live event, in order to make the content available to additional staff and faculty. This allows your campus to watch the program on your terms and train additional staff and faculty as the need arises. The program includes access to the PowerPoint slides, a list of do’s and don’ts, additional online resources and questions for future discussion.

Who Should Attend?

  • VPSAs and Deans
  • General Counsel
  • Faculty and department heads
  • Academic affairs
  • Student conduct officers
  • Counseling staff
  • Residential life staff
  • Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) members
  • Prevention educators
  • Title IX Coordinators
  • Title IX Investigators
  • Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Office staff
  • Advocacy center staff
  • Health center staff

Click here to register.